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    Lets see your macro shots

    Shot off your macro shots and technique used:

    Shot with Canon 7D, Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro , using focusstacking, 10 pictures with different focus points:

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    Re: Lets see your macro shots

    Have not experimented with focus stacking yet - though the deeper I get into this it seems necessary.

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    Nikon D3100, AF-S 40mm Micro, ambient light, handheld. Narrow field of focus achieved through shooting with wide aperture.
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    Re: Lets see your macro shots

    Not sure if those qualify as macro, if they do it's barely!

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    Re: Lets see your macro shots

    Maybe those are better. I hope it's close enough and I'm not spamming the macro thread with my close ups...
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    Re: Lets see your macro shots

    Nikon D1, Tamron SP Di AF90mm 1:2.8 Macro. Natural window light, handheld at 1/160 sec - f/6.7

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    Re: Lets see your macro shots

    photos like these make me want to buy a really decent camera - not sure i can afford another expensive hobby though!!

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    Hi there guys,

    Absolutely gorgeouse pictures!
    I have a Canon 600D with a Canon 50mm f2.8 Macro. Will be uploading pics of my Tissot Seastar 1000 chrono soon. Should also receive my extension tubes within the next couple of days.




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    Quote Originally Posted by celter View Post
    Shot off your macro shots and technique used:

    Shot with Canon 7D, Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro , using focusstacking, 10 pictures with different focus points:

    This macro shot is epic, i'm actually using it as my iphone's wallpaper right now. lol


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